Antiterrorism and Security Engineering Unified Facilities Criteria Seminars  

NAVFAC Atlantic Capital Improvements Engineering Criteria and Programs provides antiterrorism and security engineering criteria training to NAVFAC components in support of the Chief Engineer's community management plan.

Presenters

Richard Cofer, P.E.
Special Assistant for Antiterrorism and Security Engineering
Capital Improvements Engineering Criteria and Programs
Naval Facilities Engineering Command Atlantic
Norfolk, Virginia

John Lynch, P.E.
Structural Engineer
Capital Improvements Engineering Criteria and Programs
Naval Facilities Engineering Command Atlantic
Norfolk, Virginia

UNIFIED FACILITIES CRITERIA (UFC) PROGRAM AND SECURITY ENGINEERING CRITERIA

Synopsis

  • Overview of Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) Program, Core UFC's and the Antiterrorism and Security Engineering Series

Sessions

NAVFAC FAR EAST 2019

INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL SECURITY AND PROTECTIVE MEASURES: 60 MINUTE TRAINING

Synopsis

  • An overview of protective systems intended for Designers, Planners, Design Managers, Project Managers, Antiterrorism Officers and Security Personnel.
    • Overview includes the concepts of detect, delay and defend, security in depth and the regulatory documents that provide baseline protective measures.

Sessions

NAVFAC FAR EAST 2019

INTRODUCTION TO SECURE FACILITIES: 60 MINUTE TRAINING

Synopsis

  • An overview of secure facilities and spaces intended for Designers, Planners, Architects Design Managers and Project Managers
    • Overview includes project development, levels of classification, terminology, facility design considerations and, the concepts of security in depth and access control zones.

Sessions

NAVFAC FAR EAST 2019

UFC 4-010-01 DOD MINIMUM ANTITERRORISM STANDARDS: 4 HOUR TRAINING

Synopsis

  • Overview of UFC 4-010-01, DoD Minimum Antiterrorism (AT) Standards for Buildings intended for Planners, Designers, Design Managers, Project Managers, Construction Managers, Antiterrorism Officers and security personnel.
    • Overview includes December 2018 revisions
    • Topics include applicability, intent, concepts, misinterpretations and the 21 Standards.

Sessions

NAVFAC FAR EAST 2019

SENSITIVE COMPARTMENTED INFORMATION FACILITY (SCIF) AND SPECIAL ACCESS PROGRAM FACILITY (SAPF) CRITERIA: 90 MINUTE TRAINING

Synopsis

  • Overview of the SCIF Criteria intended for Planners, Designers, Design Managers, Project Managers and Construction Managers.
    • Overview includes: regulatory requirements, terminology, project planning, construction and Design security
    • Overview of specific design strategies to include acoustic, forced entry, covert entry and TEMPEST.
    • Overview of the accreditation process including submittals, inspections and monitoring.

Sessions

NAVFAC FAR EAST 2019

UFC 4-020-01 SECURITY ENGINEERING FACILITY PLANNING MANUAL: 4 HOUR TRAINING

Synopsis

  • Overview of UFC 4-020-01 Security Engineering Facilities Planning Manual intended for Planners, Designers, Design Managers, Project Managers, Antiterrorism Officers and Security Personnel involved in the planning of projects that have security or antiterrorism requirements.
    • Includes an overview of the process to determine protective measures for a project to include aggressors, tactics, design basis threat, level of protection, design criteria development and design strategies.

Sessions

NAVFAC FAR EAST 2019

UFC 4-021-02 ELECTRONIC SECURITY SYSTEMS: 60 MINUTE TRAINING

Synopsis

  • Overview of UFC 4-021-02 Electronic Security Systems intended for Designers, Project Managers and Design Managers involved with projects that include Electronic Security Systems.
    • Overview of Intrusion detection, access control and CCTV systems including the regulatory requirements.
    • Project development to include scope, budget estimates, equipment and supporting infrastructure funding.
    • Coordination with ATFP Ashore for Navy Blue MCON
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Sessions

NAVFAC FAR EAST 2019

UFC 4-025-01 SECURITY ENGINEERING: WATERFRONT SECURITY: 60 MINUTE TRAINING

Synopsis

  • Overview of UFC 4-025-01 Security Engineering: Waterfront Security intended for Planners, Designers, Project Managers, Design Managers and Antiterrorism and Security personnel involved in waterfront projects and the protection of waterfront assets.
    • Provides and overview of the protective systems and measures that provide and Integrated system to protect waterfront assets against landside and waterside threats.

Sessions

NAVFAC FAR EAST 2019

Introduction To Perimeter Security

Synopsis

  • Overview of the criteria associated with an installation perimeter or enclave intended for Planners, Designers, Design Managers, Project Managers, Antiterrorism Officers and security personnel.
    • Overview of UFC 4-022-01 Entry Control Facilities/Access Control Points
    • Overview of UFC 4-022-02 Selection and Application of Vehicle Barriers
    • Overview of UFC 4-022-03 Security Fences and Gates

Sessions

NAVFAC FAR EAST 2019

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